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20 something ERA R.Kelly ans which era of his do they dig more?

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    Default 20 something ERA R.Kelly ans which era of his do they dig more?

    have you encountered 20 something R.Kelly fans and if so what era or albums or songs do they dig more?

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    I have.....and it is mainly the radio hits. In the northeast where I live Rob doesn't have a huge following like in the rest of the country. So when you meet most people here, they know the main stream stuff. You can't hit em with "tempo slow" and be like OO that was the cut right? But to answer the question....tp-2 to choc factory era. 12play is too old for them.

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    I'm 24, been a fan since I was a kid (thanks to Space Jam). I don't really have a favourite era, he was more consistent in the 90's but I think Love Letter is where his talent is most clear, but then the album I've probably played most is Double Up, Untitled, or TP2. Just depends on the mood.

    Talking to other people my age they only know the hits, although that's probably the same for 90% of people no matter the age group in the UK.
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    There's so much great music to choose from, obviously. I'm 29 now and I really been digging his late 90's through most of 2000's shit (Untitled was experimental for him, I get it, but as an album didn't do it for me). Love Letter was great, but I fuck with that TP-2 shit a lot. Not just that album, although that's probably my favorite of his right now, but also his features around that time. He always gets talked about as being the remix king, and he is, but he was also the go-to-guy for killer hooks. I really like how he would just jump on random songs from other artists in the early 2000's and make them bigger than anyone expected them to be.
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